It is generally accepted and sometimes proved also that feminine voices always have been subjected to domination. The domination may be by men or by women themselves. In Whitman’s “A Woman Waits for Me’, the male voice rules over the female. The poet uses women as a machine that produces “perfect men and women” who well-serve his purpose of patriotism. He sings lauding of sex, the play that brings races in the world. He chooses worthy women. In the whole poem a male voice dominates and smothers the female voice. I have taken Eve’s first speech in Paradise Lost, Book IV as an answer to Whitman’s poem. In Eve’s first speech there is surrender and submission to the will of men.